Living Dead Dolls 13th Anniversary Series

Mezco Living Dead Dolls 13th Anniversary Series

If you’re a fan of Mezco’s creepily awesome Living Dead Dolls then you will have to add the Living Dead Dolls 13th Anniversary Series to your collection because this is the first time ever that a complete series has been updated and reissued.

The ghoulish creators of Living Dead dolls have come a long way, with recent characters including Beauty and the Beast, and Rotten Sam and Sandy, but these 5 children from beyond the grave are the ones that started it all.

Living Dead Dolls 13th Anniversary Series

Damien

  • Updated Painted Details
  • A New Style “Holding” Hand
  • New Ball Jointed Body
  • 13th Anniversary Tattoo
  • Comes Complete With His Slingshot and Trio of Books

Eggzorcist

  • Updated Painted Details
  • A New Style “Holding” Hand
  • New Ball Jointed Body
  • 13th Anniversary Tattoo
  • Comes Complete with Her Basket and Oversized Roach

Sin

  • With Updated Painted Details
  • A New Style “Holding” Hand
  • New Ball Jointed Body
  • 13th Anniversary Tattoo
  • Comes Complete with Her Pitchfork

13th Anniversary Series Mezco Living Dead Dolls

Posey

  • Updated Painted Details
  • New Ball Jointed Body
  • 13th Anniversary Tattoo
  • Comes Complete with Her Rose

Sadie

  • Updated Painted Details
  • A New Style “Holding” Hand
  • New Ball Jointed Body
  • 13th Anniversary Tattoo
  • Comes Complete with Her Knife, Coffin Purse and Bouquet

All of the dolls come individually packaged in special 13th Anniversary coffins, have their own Death Certificates, and stand approximately 10 inches tall.

The Living Dead Dolls 13th Anniversary Series is available for $109.99 at Amazon.com and also available at Razors Edge Collectibles, Entertainment Earth, Newegg.com and at Buy.com.

Facebook Twitter Stumbleupon Reddit Pinterest Digg Delicious Technorati Email

Fresh Discount Deals

Marty Shaw

About Marty Shaw

Marty Shaw is a Texas-based writer, who is addicted to geeky gadgets and all things Doctor Who-related. When he's not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

No comments yet... Be the first to leave a reply!

Leave a Reply